Ensuring safety at government facilities is vital. With frequent involvement in major events, prioritizing emergency communications is key. Amid infrastructural modernization, from IT to sustainability efforts, facility-based emergency connectivity must be integrated. This guide outlines regulatory shifts impacting your facilities' long-standing emergency communications tech and processes for better reliability and safety.
The safety of employees and visitors to government facilities is of paramount importance. With government facilities frequently at the epicenter of massive events, a focus on emergency communications is critical. As modernization efforts roll out across all facets of government infrastructure – from IT to sustainable building practices -- the connectivity of facility-based emergency communications should be incorporated into plans. This guide outlines regulatory shifts impacting your facilities' long-standing emergency communications tech and processes for better reliability and safety.
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